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Throughout history, Gold has had a constant presence and maintained value. The yellow Precious Metal’s significant cannot be overstated, as there is no other metal in the world with its prominence in both history and current value. Whether Gold bullion was used in international trade between nations or as a standard unit of commerce – its influence has continued to be a standard by which affluence is measured. Gold bullion transcends language and cultural barriers.

The value of Gold is consistent across the globe. Today, investors buy Gold to use as a hedge against inflation and market volatility. The value of the yellow Precious Metal can pad any diversified portfolio and help protect personal wealth. APMEX carries a large selection of Gold bullion products – from Gold bars, Gold coins and Gold rounds, there is something for every investor or collector within our assortment. You may have question on where to buy Gold, but rest assured, buying Gold bullion at APMEX is easy with our large selection and fast shipping.

Gold Bullion Coins

Gold Bullion coins come in several different sizes and designs, providing a diverse selection. Investors of all types can find value in purchasing Gold coins from reputable Gold dealers. Some coins stay in families for generations, providing a pathway to pass wealth down over time. Gold coins often serve as collectible investments because of their design, scarcity and demand. With each passing year, new coins are minted in different variations which may never be produced again. APMEX only sells Gold coins minted by the most trusted mints in the world.

Here are some of our most popular Gold coins for sale:

American Gold Eagle: One of the most popular Gold bullion coins in the world, the American Gold Eagle has been a staple since its introduction in 1986. The famed design features Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ original depiction of Lady Liberty from the $20 Gold Double Eagle. The reverse design was created by Miley Busiek, illustrating male bald eagle in flight carrying an olive branch to his nest, where a female awaits with her young. APMEX carries the popular Gold eagle in 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, and 1/10 oz sizes, in addition to convenient Gold Eagle sets for easy collection. This classic American coin comes in Gold and Silver, in addition to Platinum and Palladium. Buying Gold Eagles online is quick and easy with our vast selection and satisfaction guarantee.

American Gold Buffalo: Based on the famed 1913 design from the original Buffalo Nickel by James Earle Fraser, this U.S. Mint Gold coin features American Indian in profile on its observe, while the reverse depicts an American buffalo on the reverse which is a visual representation of the bison named Black Diamond who lived in the Central Park Zoo in New York City in the early 1900s. Available exclusively in 1 oz Gold, the Buffalo comes in both BU and Proof Versions. This stunning coin was the first .9999 fine Gold bullion from the U.S. Mint. APMEX makes it easy to buy Gold Buffalos online and over the phone.

Austrian Gold Philharmonic: First minted in 1989, the Gold Philharmonic was created as a Gold tribute to the renowned Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, one of the world's most well-known orchestras. The obverse of the Gold Philharmonic coin depicts the Great Organ of the Golden Hall in Vienna's concert hall, the Musikverein. The designs came from Austrian Mint Chief Engraver Thomas Pesendorfer. These stunning .9999 fine Gold Austrian coins come in a wide variety of sizes, including 20 oz, 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, 1/10 oz, and 1/25 oz options, in addition to Gold Philharmonic sets. Our vast selection of sizes makes buying Gold Philharmonics online easy for collectors and investors with budgets of all sizes.

Australian Gold Kangaroo: The Kangaroo Gold coins were first introduced in 1987, making them Australia’s longest-running Gold bullion coin series. The obverse consistently bears a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. However, the reverse has changed several times since the coin's release. At first, the reverse of these coins depicted an Australian Gold Nugget. In 1989, the design changed and instead featured a more widely recognized symbol of Australia: the kangaroo. Gold Bullion coins from this series are issued by The Perth Mint in 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, 1/10 oz, 1/20 oz and 1/2 gram sizes with face values in Australian dollars. In addition to these typical sizes, the Kangaroo Gold coins have also been released in larger sizes, including 2 oz, 10 oz and 1 kilo coins and issues as Gold coin sets. Buying Gold Kangaroos online is quick when you shop with APMEX.

Australian Gold Swan: In 2017, The Perth Mint released its first limited mintage Gold bullion coin with a unique Swan design. The Gold Swan has a limited mintage of 5,000 coins made of .9999 fine Gold. The coins in this series contain 1 oz of Gold and display a variety of beautiful Swan designs, each showcasing one of the world’s most distinct and unique species. These stunning Swan coins come in various finishes, including BU and Proof. The first 1 oz Gold Swan coin launched October 2017, and featured a peaceful Swan on rippling water. The second release in the stunning Swan Series exhibited a lovely design showcasing an adult swan with a baby swan. The elegant design of the third Swan release featured a swan swimming gracefully with a cygnet as a second swan lingers in the background. The fourth design features a beautiful depiction of a swan with its wings outstretched. This series will continue annually with new designs of the stunning Swan. Add all the new releases from this exciting series to your collection when you buy Gold Swans from APMEX.

British Gold Britannia: Introduced by The Royal Mint in 1987, the Britannia coins have played a significant role in the coin market. Gold Britannias are issued in 1 oz, 1/2 oz , 1/4 oz , 1/10 oz, 1/20 oz and 1/40 oz sizes with face values in British pounds (£) of £100, £50, £25, and £10, respectively. They are .9167 fine Gold and are legal tender in Great Britain. In 2013, the fineness of these Gold bullion coins increased to .9999 fine. The obverse of the Gold Britannia bears a depiction of Queen Elizabeth II. The Gold Britannias issued from 1987 to 1997 feature the "Third Portrait" of Queen Elizabeth II. The "Fourth Portrait," a more mature likeness of Queen Elizabeth II, graces the Gold 1 oz Britannias issued from 1998 through today. The reverse pays tribute to the Britannia image that first appeared on coins produced under the rule of the Roman Emperor Hadrian. Buy Gold Britannias online with APMEX.

British Gold Queen’s Beast: The Queen's Beasts 1 oz Gold bullion coin series by The Royal Mint celebrates the British Monarchy and the centuries of fascinating heraldry that has been a part of their story. Each animal of The Queen's Beasts is fashioned into 1 oz .9999 fine Gold coins beginning in 2016. These beautiful Gold coins come in a range of sizes from 1/4 oz to 5 oz. In the autumn of 1952, the Minister of Works, in preparation for the great event some months ahead, called upon the Royal Academician and sculptor Sir, James Woodford, OBE, to create ten new beasts similar in form to King Henry VIII's beasts and character to the ten at Hampton Court but more particularly, appropriate to the Queen. Today, The Queen's Beasts plaster models can be found at the Canadian Museum of History in Quebec, while Portland stone replicas watch over Kew Gardens in the United Kingdom. Find all of the Queen’s Beasts online when you buy Gold from APMEX.

Canadian Gold Maple Leaf: In 1979, the Royal Canadian Mint began the production of Gold bullion, with $50-denomination Gold Maple Leaf one-ounce coins. They were .999 fine, guaranteed by the Government of Canada for weight and purity, and before long, they became one of the world’s most popular fine Gold coins. Since these Canadian Gold coins were introduced in 1979, they have been in high demand. These Canadian classics come in a variety of sizes, including 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, 1/10 oz, 1/20 oz and 1 gram. Each coin is legal Canadian Gold tender guaranteed by the Government of Canada for its weight and purity. At up to .99999 fine Gold, Maple Leaf coins are sought after for their premium Gold content and beautiful design. This classic Canadian coin comes in Gold and Silver, in addition to Platinum and Palladium. Buying Gold Maple Leafs is quick and easy with our wide selection of these beautiful Canadian classics.

Chinese Gold Panda: Issued by the People's Republic of China since 1982, the Chinese Gold Pandas are .999 fine Gold. In 2016, the People's Republic of China began minting Gold Pandas in metric system sizes to better suit the international appeal of the coins. While not an exact conversion, the new gram sizes provide the closest metric equivalent to the similarly sized ounce counterparts, 1 oz replaced by 30 grams, 1/2 oz replaced by 15 grams, 1/4 oz replaced by 8 grams, 1/10 oz replaced by 3 grams, and 1/20 oz replaced by 1 gram. The Gold Pandas are also available in larger sizes, such as 5 oz, 12 oz, and 1 kilo sizes. Several Chinese mints produce the Chinese Gold Panda bullion coins, including Beijing, Shenzhen, Shanghai, and Shenyang. Add these unique sizes to your collection or portfolio by buying Gold on APMEX.

European Gold Sovereign: The Royal Mint has a long history of producing coinage for Great Britain, and you can buy these Gold coins on APMEX. Gold sovereign coins from the The Royal Mint have been struck every year since 650 C.E. At that time there were several mints across the country. Around 1540, the remaining mints closed and The Royal Mint we know today was the only left in operation. In 1663, striking coins by hand was finally abandoned with the introduction of screw presses and horse-drawn rolling mills.

Mexican Gold Libertad: Struck by one of the oldest North American mints, la Casa de Moneda de Mexico, the Mexican Libertad Gold coin has been popular since its introduction in 1981. These stunning Gold coins are issued in fractional sizes of 1/20 oz, 1/10 oz, 1/4 oz and 1/2 oz, along with the more familiar 1 oz coins. The Gold Libertad is unique, being the only Gold coin issued in the world that has no face value stamped on the coin, yet is accepted as currency. Made from .999 fine Gold, this exceptionally stunning Gold coin resembles the design of the renowned 50 Peso Gold Coin known as the Centenario. The artwork featured on the Gold Libertad is both arrestingly beautiful and important to the history of Mexico. Buy Gold Libertads today on APMEX.

South African Gold Krugerrand: The Gold Krugerrand is prized around the world, with a highly sought-after design inspired by history. They feature the South African Republic's first president, Paul Kruger. On the reverse, a springbok, which is the national animal, and the date of minting appear. On the Krugerrand Gold coin, the springbok seems to be jumping into action, while President Kruger is a reminder of 19th century South African political and military affairs. This popular Gold bullion coin comes in 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, and 1/10 oz sizes, in addition to Gold Krugerrand sets. Our selection includes all of these popular sizes, making it easy for you to add these Gold bullion coins to your portfolio or collection.

Somalian Gold Elephant: The Elephant Gold coin is one of the most fascinating coins in the African Wildlife Coin Series, which commemorates the characteristic fauna of Africa. Minted by the Das Bayerisches Hauptmünzamt Mint in Munich, Germany. Celebrating the beauty of the animal kingdom, the Elephant coin portrays one of the largest mammals found on the African plains, the elephant. Retaining the same design since the Gold coin's release, the obverse of the coin depicts two leopards supporting a shield and five-pointed star. Beneath the leopards appears a ribbon draped over two crossed lances and two crossed palm fronds. However, unlike the obverse, the reverse of the Elephant Gold Coin changes annually but always features an illustration of a majestic elephant in its natural habitat. Buy Gold Elephants on APMEX today.

South Korean Gold Coins: Korea Minting and Security Printing & ID Card Operating Corporation, better known as KOMSCO, is the sole currency manufacturer for the Republic of South Korea. In addition to producing well-known Gold bullion products such as the Chiwoo Cheonwang, South Korean Tiger and ZI:SIN, KOMSCO also produces all circulating coins and currency used in South Korea. APMEX carries a variety of South Korean Gold coins, ideal for those looking to add unique Gold pieces to their collection.

Ukrainian Gold Coins: The National Bank of Ukraine was established in 1992 as a way to ensure the stability of Ukraine's monetary unit. They also produce commemorative coins honoring a variety of people and subjects. Commemorative coins minted by the National Bank of Ukraine are produced in a variety of metals, and APMEX carries these high-quality Gold coins, including the Ukrainian Archangel Michael coins. First minted in 2011, these stunning Gold bullion coins feature an image of the Taxiarch Archangel Michael on the coin’s obverse, with the coat of Arms of Ukraine with “National Bank of Ukraine” inscribed in Ukrainian on the reverse. These coins are legal tender of Ukraine and are known for their uniqueness and rarity. APMEX makes it easy to buy Gold coins from Ukraine online.

Gold coins can be struck with a variety of purity levels, from the .9167 fineness of the Gold Eagle to the .9999 fine Gold Maple, and some coins even have the .99999 fine Gold designation. It is common for Gold bullion coins to have a face value issued by their sovereign country. For example, the 1 oz Gold Eagle has a denomination of $50.00, backed by the U.S. Dollar, and the 1 oz Gold Britannia has a denomination of 100 Pounds, backed by the Pound Sterling. Gold coins are commonly issued in 1 ounce, but many also have fractional sizes of 1/20 oz to 1/2 oz. The Gold coin price will vary from coin to coin and fluctuation with the spot price of Gold.

Gold Bullion Coin Mints

Gold coins are preferred by many investors because of their backing by a sovereign nation or central government. Gold coins can also be produced by private mints and manufacturers. APMEX works with a vast selection of mints who produce quality and trusted Gold coins with a variety of different Gold coin prices, including:

• United States Mint (U.S. Mint) Gold
• Royal Canadian Mint Gold
• Argor-Heraeus Mint Gold
• Austrian Mint Gold
• Bavarian State Mint Gold
• Holy Land Mint of Israel Gold
• Chinese Mint Gold
• CIT Gold Coins
• Credit Suisse Mint Gold
• Engelhard Mint Gold
• Istanbul Gold Refinery Mint (IGR Mint) Gold
• Johnson Matthey Mint Gold
• MDM Mint Gold
• Mexican Mint (Banco de México) Gold
• New Zealand Mint Gold
• New Zealand Post Gold
• PAMP Suisse Mint Gold
• Paris/France Mint (Monnaie de Paris) Gold
• The Perth Mint Gold
• Pobjoy Mint Gold
• Royal Australian Mint Gold Coins
• Royal Dutch Mint
• The Royal Mint Gold
• Scottsdale Mint Gold
• South African Mint/Rand Refinery Gold
• South Korea Gold Series (Chiwoo Cheonwang, Tiger & ZI:SIN)
• Sunshine Mint Gold
• Valcambi Mint Gold

Gold Bullion Bars

Gold bars come in a variety of sizes from a gram of Gold to 1 kilo or more, and every size in between. The most commonly traded Gold bars are 1 oz or less, often purchased by avid investors. No matter which form of Gold bar you choose, you can rest assured knowing you’ll own the most authentic form of currency in the history of the world.

1 oz Gold bars often come with an assay card. Assay offices test the purity of a Gold bar to protect consumers. Gold bullion, specifically Gold bars, are stamped with a serial number, and smaller Gold bars are sealed in an assay card, which displays the matching serial number, weight measurement and other relevant information.

Gold Bullion Bar Refineries/Mints

Buying Gold bars is one of the most cost-effective, safest and easiest ways to purchase physical Gold. Gold bars generally match sovereign coins in content and purity, but cost less over Gold spot price than Gold coins because they’re usually minted privately. APMEX sells Gold produced by Argor-Heraeus, Credit Suisse, Valcambi, The Perth Mint and other respected Gold companies. Each Gold bar is stamped with its exact Gold weight, fineness and a serial number for added security.

Here are some of our most popular Gold bars for sale:

• Credit Suisse Gold Bars
• PAMP Suisse Gold Bars
• Valcambi Gold Bars
• The Perth Mint Gold Bars
• Sunshine Minting Gold Bars
• Royal Canadian Mint Gold Bars
• 9Fine Mint Gold Bars

Gold Bullion Rounds

Investors who are solely interested in Gold’s stable purchasing power can find security in Gold rounds. Gold rounds are circular discs often manufactured by private mints, though sometimes produced by government mints. They have no “face value” and are not recognized as legal tender. Though not as collectible as some Gold coins, Gold rounds are minted to an equally high standard with beautifully detailed designs, clean striking and a mirrored finish.

Gold rounds come in a number of different sizes from 1 gram to 12 oz, and every size in between. The most commonly traded Gold bullion rounds are 1 oz or less. Gold rounds typically sell for a lower premium relative to spot price than Gold coins and can be an excellent addition to a mixed investment portfolio of Gold.

Buy Gold Online from APMEX

If you need assistance in figuring out where to buy Gold coins, or if you should have any issue placing an order for Gold bullion on, or have any questions regarding our assortment of Gold products, we are eager to assist you. Our team of highly trained customer service associates can answer any questions on how to buy Gold, and can be reached by email or telephone, please call (800) 375-9006 or email You can also sell Gold to APMEX by calling our Purchasing team at (800) 514-6318 to speak to one of our representatives or learn more about how to sell Gold to APMEX.

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